Author:José María Blanco White

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José María Blanco White
(1776–1841)
Spanish theologian and poet; Anglicised to Joseph Blanco White
José María Blanco White

Works[edit]

  • Preparatory Observations on the Study of Religion, by a Clergyman (1817)
  • Letters from Spain; by Don Leucadio Doblado (1822)
  • Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism, with Occasional Strictures on Mr. Butler's "Book of the Roman Catholic Church" (1825)
  • Internal Evidences against Catholicism (1825)
  • The Poor Man's Preservative against Popery (1825)
  • A Letter to Charles Butler, Esq., on his Notice of the "Practical, &c., Evidences" (1826)
  • Second Travels of an Irish Gentleman in search of a Religion (1833), in 2 vols.
  • The Law of Anti-Religious Libel reconsidered in a Letter to the Editor of the "Christian Examiner," by J. Search (1834)
  • Observations on Heresy and Orthodoxy (1835)
  • An Answer to some friendly Remarks’ (on the last), with appendix on an epigram of Martial supposed to refer to Christian martyrs (1836)

Poetry[edit]

Works about White[edit]


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